Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending Nov. 1. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.
Oct. 26: An officer was dispatched to Cabot House to take a report of harassing phone calls. Officers were dispatched to a small fire at 50 Oxford St. The Cambridge Fire Department and Environmental Health & Safety were dispatched. The fire, possibly caused by an overheated light bulb, was extinguished. Clothes, cash, a laptop bag, and two bottles of cologne were reported stolen from Dane Hall. An officer was dispatched to Mather lot to take a report of a broken window to a motor vehicle.
Oct. 28: Officers were dispatched to 643 Huntington Ave. on the report of several individuals spray-painting the side of the building. All of the individuals were checked for warrants with negative results and complaints will be sought in court for one of the individuals. An officer assisted the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) at Kirkland and Trowbridge streets with an arrest from a past hit-and-run incident. Stainless steel pots and pans were reported stolen from Quincy House.
Oct. 29: At Emerson Hall, officers located and then arrested an individual who had a previous trespassing warning. Officers were dispatched on a report of a suspicious person attempting to enter rooms at 10 DeWolfe St. Officers located the individual, checked the individual for warrants with positive results, then placed the person under arrest for warrant service and breaking and entering. On Massachusetts Avenue, an officer assisted CPD in the search of a possible suspect wanted in connection with an earlier stabbing.
Oct. 30: On Kennedy and Eliot streets, an officer located an occupied motor vehicle wanted by CPD for an earlier larceny. The officer and CPD stopped the vehicle, and CPD took over the scene.
Oct. 31: A ski jacket was reported stolen from Mather House Dining Hall.
Nov. 1: A Harvard parking pass was reported stolen from William James Hall. Cash was reported stolen from Winthrop House. An officer was dispatched to Massachusetts Hall to take a report of harassing phone calls, e-mails, and letters.
Since Oct. 26, three bicycles have been reported stolen.